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Juan Almonte
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I was born in N.Y. Both my parents are from kiskeya. From a small village in the cibao region. I have alway been aware of my native roots. As a youngster I was very lucky to live in the island for about 3 years. I also had a very good teacher who impressed on us the native part of our culture. Recently meeting Jorge Estevez, who has confirmed many of the thing I new were taino. But who has actually confirmed alot more things that I had no clue were taino. I am intersted in learning as much as I can. Hopefully I will be able to contribute some knowlege aswell. Jorge thanx for the invitation.
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Look it up in the dictionary. You will never let anyone call you hispanic after reading it.

Wuarocuya aka Enriquillo_Statue_Santo_Domingo


Two of many brave taino warriors. Hatuey. I sure hope the conquistadores are not with you. If they are give them hell.

We salute you and ask for guidence from you and many of the brave taino warrios to guide our resurgence. We are finly waking up anacaona. The prophesy's are being fulfilled.

Soon the condor and the eagle will unite.

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At 8:27am on January 6, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
I picked interest in you after going through your short profile and demanding it is necessary for me to write to you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
Best regards,

At 8:43pm on April 10, 2009, mark said…
takahi natiao its been a while but you and me think the sometimes the same,hope everything is good,take care and may YaYa bless you and yours.
At 11:21pm on January 31, 2009, iukibuel said…
Thanks for reaching out. I feel very connected with my Dominican people. My wife is Dominican and my roots are from DR via oral tradition but we just don't know what town. I will investigate one day. Jorge is a great friend and brother. Let us stay in touch.

At 5:07pm on January 29, 2009, NANIKI-BO MAN OF SPIRIT said…
tau was up with flute
At 5:03am on January 26, 2009, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
I am so sorry we lost each other that night especially when I was offering to take you home!!! It was actually a crazy night and I'll tell you more about it privately!!! It was AWESOME to finally meet you, and trust me, we WILL catch up again soon!!! Stay cool, stay awesome, stay you!!!
At 6:06pm on January 23, 2009, adem medina cardona said…
Awesome work Juan!
has anyone invited her to join us here?
She may be interested.
Definitely let me know if she replies
At 8:57pm on January 20, 2009, Svhiyeyi Aga said…
HI Juan,

Thanks for teaching me so much more than I knew! It has only been in recent years that I realize how many tribal people there are in South American countries, Puerto Rico, and so many other places. I feel foolish in a way, because this are all tribal people and I should have realized that - but sometimes we are so centered, because that is all we know and are always exposed to. This is why the internet is such a good tool for learning. With it, we can communicate with people from all over the world and learn so much that way. We are communicating first of all, on a human level and that is, what we are humans beings first and foremost. The American Indians believe we are related to all life in the Great Circle of Life, but I think we are guilty at times at not realizing that we are by no means, the only native people.

The 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, have you heard of them? If not, I will explain.

We also have a greater understanding of the unity of the Eagle and the Condor and that when we unite in this way, it will be a peaceful and powerful connection. There are things happening now and people who are being called forth to make this connection a reality as predicted by the elders and spiritual leaders and our own individudal histories which have existed since the start of time.

We use the term American Indian as a generic term actually, just like the term Hispanics has been used to encompass all latin-speaking people - which is not quite accurate, as I am sure you know. Many people will become offended if you refer to them in this way. We prefer to identify ourselves by our individual nations - I'm Cherokee, or I'm Lakota, or I'm Oneida, etc. I don't care for the term Native American, because I think anyone born in the United States is a Native American, being native to this country, the land of one's birth. It was once our land, but no more. It's a melting pot. However, history - Columbus, the mass murderer, went after your people first and was such a horrendous horrible poor excuse of a human being. I have read of the atrocities done to the Taino, and we have our own atrocities as well. I mean no offense nor do I hate anyone - but historically, the white man has always been one to take and steal and murder so he could take some more. The native people here have a word for them - washi'cui (wa see chu) which means not white or white man, but which actually means "taker of the fat," in other words, he takes more than he needs but he wants it all. Greed. The downfall of even the best of us.

I enjoy learning about people and I thank you for sharing so much. I told someone else, that the photos I've seen, reminded me a lot of the Aztec- but your people, the Mayans, etc., are an ancient people too. In school in the US, they brain wash us. They will put up a map showing North America and of the course, the maps showing South America and Europe. they will always make North America appear much larger in size - it's to make us think we are big and powerful, when in fact, we are a much smaller country that South America and many others. This is one reason why we have to get together and learn about each other for ourselves, without the interference of the politics of one's country and the rumors we have been taught to believe about any race or religion, which are not true at all!

Well, I've left you another mini-series. lol Have a good evening and my best to your family.
At 11:04am on January 20, 2009, Svhiyeyi Aga said…
Hello Juan, Thank you so much for your warm welcome - I am very glad to be here. I am looking forward to getting to know you better, as I hope to get to know everyone here. Sometimes I am not able to be available as I'd like to; I have a lot of other work I am involved with an have an online American Indian/Indigenous news ezine that I started 8 years ago. It takes a lot of time and effort to do it, as I do all the work myself, but I enjoy it very much and I do it in honor of my Ancestors and in honor of all of our Ancestors. I lived in a very diverse city for many years, with people of all colors and backgrounds, and we had a very large Puerto Rican population. However, I never heard of the Taino people until I came online and then when I started my news website, I have met many Taino. We have so much to share and learn from one another. In Unity, there is strength. Best wishes and many blessings, Evening Rain Calling Crow
At 4:12am on January 20, 2009, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
As I continued looking for more, I decided to confirm your list and you were right!!! They're coming up!!! Thanks for the heads-up!!!
At 3:38am on January 20, 2009, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
Click on "Photo Albums" on my page and click on the individual pics so you can see who and what they are!!! Some of them might surprise you!!!

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